#Week3 11th May to 17th May Political News Summarised – 2020

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CM’s election: Shiv Sena slams BJP state but congratulations to PM Modi, Amit Shah

The state government of the Sena-NCP-Congress was “Atmanirbhar” (self-reliant), the editorial of Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ said.

Stop acting like money lender, donate cash instead of credit to the Centre: Rahul Gandhi

Interacting with national media journalists by video conferencing, he said he had sought to place pressure on the government to create demand by bringing money into the accounts of the deprived and disadvantaged parts of society.

Uttar Pradesh Congress calls on CM to resign over the death of migrants in road accidents

At least 24 migrant workers were killed and 36 wounded on a highway near Auraiya in Uttar Pradesh in the early hours of Saturday when a trailer rammed into a stationary bus, both carrying passengers.

The ‘jumla kit’ of Govt is far from what PM Modi had promised: Congress

Senior Party spokesman Anand Sharma said the country believed Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sincere when he made the “dramatic” announcement of providing 10 per cent of GDP as a plan to boost the economy and help jobs and migrant workers, and that hopes had soared.

CM Uddhav Thackeray, all 8 elected to the Council unopposed

With the election, Thackeray, 59, who is also Shiv Sena ‘s chairman, is making his debut as a legislator.

Congress trying to save Nirav Modi at its best: BJP

In the defense of the arrested diamond merchant, the ruling party cited the statement of a former high court judge, who is also a member of Congress, to attack the opposition party.

I fear the lack of faith of migrant workers for Nitish Kumar’s govt: Chirag Paswan

Paswan accused the Bihar government of dragging its heels on the migrants issue when states like the BJP-ruled Uttar Pradesh have begun to carry back their people by bus-loads.

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